Tissue Engineer, Kidney

Job Summary:

We’ve partnered exclusively with a pioneer in regenerative medicine and 3D bioprinting to find scientists with deep knowledge of kidney system biology and 3D architecture. You’ll collaborate with other scientists, engineers, and hardware/software developers with the goal of developing viable organ models and relevant biofabrication methods. 

If you have deep organ physiology expertise and this sounds like a dream to you, contact katie@hireminds.com to learn more!

Responsibilities:

  • Utilize advanced organ biology expertise, biomaterials understanding, and cell cultures to solve challenges and enable cutting-edge research in regeneration

  • Apply your knowledge, analysis, and creative thinking to new frontiers in bioprinting

  • Analyze complex, multifaceted biological data and clearly communicate results through written reports and oral presentations. Apply statistical techniques as appropriate

  • Collaborate cross-functionally with multiple groups on-site and externally 

  • Develop, document, and communicate experiments, new assays, hardware, software and wetware designs, critical parameters, and required processes as needed

  • Work independently with minimal supervision to execute R&D projects and support their successful transition to product development and production

 

Qualifications

 

  • PhD in Biology, Pathology, or Bioengineering with demonstrated experience in developmental biology or tissue engineering or equivalent is preferred

  • Master’s degree in Biology, Pathology, or Bioengineering with demonstrated experience in developmental biology or tissue engineering or equivalent  

  • 2+ years of relevant lab experience in biomaterials and mammalian cell culture

  • Proven ability to collaborate in a strong interdisciplinary team environment

  • Proven ability to analyze biological statistics, draw conclusions and clearly report results and suggested next steps

  • Ability to work independently to deliver results.

  • Demonstrates broad knowledge in the fields of regenerative medicine and biofabrication.